The most convenient route to Machu Picchu includes a train ride from Cusco to Aguas Calientes and a 20 minute bus ride up the mountain. However, I am quite thankful I didn’t take the easy road. On my hike up the Inca Trail, I took in some of the most picturesque...

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By Shawn Hayes Hacking falcons is a practice that was developed by falconers. It was intended to be used as a method of reintroducing the peregrine falcon back in to the wild. In the Elizabethan era falconers placed young falcons in a wagon or “hack” and took them to...

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A message came across my feed a couple months ago from a friend I haven’t seen in a few years. He’s a skydiver, instructor, BASE jumper, and soon to be FAA Master Rigger. Rob was interested in saving a bit of money and trying something a bit different from his normal...

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By Manny Carrasco Everything is prepared for what seems to be an exciting and crucial day. Three teams of trucks loaded with equipment and people who have a passion to help an endangered animal. The chopper is fueled and in it will be flying the two head vets, Dr....

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